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CHS Hall of Fame class induction Friday

Crete Public Schools will pay tribute to past standout athletes, a teacher and graduates who went on to excel in their chosen fields at a ceremony this Friday (Jan. 16) for the third class of the Crete...

School Board approves agreement, plans retreat

    The majority of the Crete Board of Education’s annual meeting on Jan. 8 was for a variety of housekeeping items and welcoming two new board members.

Council hears report on health coverage

    In his report to the Crete City Council at the regular meeting, Jan. 6, City Administrator Tom Ourada said the health insurance situation for city employees through CoOpportunity Health...

New Year's Baby arrives Jan. 8

Maritza Umana and her husband German Zelaya-Moreno, of Crete were very excited last Thursday evening to welcome their daughter into the world.

CVFD starts year with new Engine 92

    It was a little too big to wrap and put under Crete’s Christmas tree, but new Engine 92 has been ready to roll on fire calls since Dec. 23, at 9:30 p.m. to be exact.

Wenz created lasting legacy of faith, family, business and community

Year in Review Part II: July to December 2014

Year in Review Part I: January to June 2014

66th New Year’s baby contest

Crete trash, recycling routes change Jan. 5

CAMC's Tad Hunt resigns

Seward County Attorney’s office to serve as Crete City Attorney

Second fire on Kingwood displaces family of three

Cares packing and delivery is Saturday

Update: Victim, cause identified in apartment fire

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Crete High Sports

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Card boys enter tourney with momentum

Card boys enter tourney with momentum

Using the same stingy defense that led them to victories in three of their four previous games, the Crete High boys’ basketball team shut Pius X down in the first half and breezed to a 59-39 win Thursday...

Wrestlers eighth at David City

Max Smith and Devin Johnson helped the Crete High wrestling team to an eighth-place finish Friday in the 16-team David City Invitational.

Crete girls battle top-ranked Pius X

Having played top 10-rated Class B or C-1 teams for five games running, the Crete High girls’ basketball team was in a keen position Thursday to judge where Class B top-ranked Lincoln Pius X was in...

Crete boys knock off Dukes, Titans

The Crete High boys’ basketball team improved to 7-4 last week with wins over York and Norris, holding both teams under 40 points.

Crete grapplers battle western squads

The Crete High wrestling team lost their final home dual meet of the season Tuesday (Jan. 13) to Aurora and compiled a 2-3 mark Friday in the East-West Challenge Duals meet in Lexington.

York, Norris defeat Crete girls

Cardinal boys shut down Lincoln Christian

Crete girls upset Crusaders

Wrestlers second at W-C Duals

Cardinal boys take Doane holiday title

Crete girls split at Doane tourney

Card girls top Jeffs, Shamrocks

Crete boys split with Fairbury, Scotus

Crete wrestlers third at Platteview

Wrestlers top Vikes, sixth in invite

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Sughroue takes down Doane 800 record

Sughroue takes down Doane 800 record

LINCOLN — After watching their field event teammates rack up national meet qualifying marks by the bushel in the first two meets of the season, the runners on the Doane women’s track and field team...

Doane men snap losing streak

Doane men snap losing streak

The Doane men’s basketball team snapped an eight-game losing streak Saturday with a 75-61 victory over Mount Marty at the Haddix Center.

Tiger women split with Warriors, Lancers

The Doane women’s basketball team split in conference play last week, posting a 75-58 win over Midland in Fremont Wednesday before falling to Mount Marty 76-59 at home Saturday.

Rough outing for Tiger grapplers

The Doane wrestling team recorded a single victory Wednesday in a 44-6 loss to Great Plains Athletic Conference foe Briar Cliff at Fuhrer Fieldhouse.

Tigers tally dozen more qualifying marks

The list of NAIA championship meet tickets to be bought for members of the Doane track and field team got considerably longer Saturday when Tiger athletes posted a dozen new automatic qualifying times...

Tiger women gain GPAC road wins

Doane wrestlers to return home

Men hit with GPAC road losses

Tigers post dozen qualifying marks in opener

Top-ranked Morningside escapes upset

Wrestlers resume season at Hastings

Mustang threes sink Tiger men

Doane women sweep Tabor Classic

Tigers lose two in New Mexico

Northwestern defeats Tiger men


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Meridian girls third at Axtell

Meridian girls third at Axtell

              AXTELL — Sometimes playing games close together works. At other times it doesn’t, but the MHS girls team found the combination...

W-C boys: New coach, philosophy

W-C boys: New coach, philosophy

              WILBER — There is a new kind of boys basketball game at Wilber-Clatonia — the grind-out game — and first-year head coach...

Mustangs grapple at Red Raider Invite

              FAIRFIELD — Six medals isn’t bad, but it wasn’t quite the perfect performance that head coach Chris Placek was hoping for...

Wolverines win Kearney Catholic Duals

              KEARNEY — Handing Kearney Catholic and Southern Valley a 1-2 punch, the Wilber-Clatonia Wolverines kept going to defeat Kearney,...

Meridian boys have 'better effort'

              AXTELL — The Meridian boys had what head coach Shawn Pohlmann called “a better offensive effort” than earlier in the season,...

Longhorns hold off Meridian comeback

Timberwolves win two to start 2014

Friend, Tri County shine at Arehart Invite

Wilber-Clatonia girls come back to beat TC

Meridian girls beat Longhorns

Nerw coach spurs W-C boys

Wilber-Clatonia wins Palmyra Duals

State Champions!

Timberwolves on their way to state

Exeter-Milligan blast CWC 58-18